Group G of the Jmc World Cup Serbia 2014 consisted of Czech Republic, Greece, Uruguay and Cameroon. Play began on January 11 2015 and ended on June 4th 2015. Greece and Czech Republic qualified for the next round of the competition with Uruguay and Cameroon both getting eliminated. The eventual winner of the tournament, Czech Republic, came from this group.
Greece and Czech Republic went through to the next round with Uruguay and Cameroon being eliminated from the group.
Czech Republic and Uruguay opened the group games on January 11 2015. The final score was a shock defeat for Uruguay as they had opened the scoring of the game with Cavani scoring in the 34th minute and 42nd minute respectively. In the 54th minute, the Czechs picked up rhythm as Lafata scored for the Czechs. Roksikcy then provided another goal in the 74th minute. Lafata then scored again in the 77th minute. However, Uruguay's humiliation increased as in the 80th minute, Gonzalez scored an own goal for Uruguay, increasing Czech Republic's lead to 4-2. The game ultimately ended with that score line.
Afterwards on January 15th 2015, Greece and Cameroon played in the next game. The game started with Webo accidentally scoring an offside goal for Cameroon in the 6th minute. However, Greece scored the only goal of the game when in the 51st minute, Mitroglou provided the goal.
On March 15th 2015, Greece and Uruguay met in the second round of the group stage. Uruguay only scored a point thanks to Stuani but were unable to recover from their 4-2 defeat. Greece eliminated Uruguay thanks to 2 goals from Katasouranis in the 25th minute and Maniatis in the 35th minute. This gave Greece a ticket to the Knockout Stages and Uruguay getting eliminated from the tournament for good.
Czech Republic and Cameroon met on March 19th 2015. In that game in the 89th minute the only goal of the match occurred when Pekhart scored for the Czech Republic, giving the final score a 1-0 win and a place in the Knockout Stages for the Czech Republic.
Cameroon and Uruguay met on May 28th 2015. This game ended in a 1-1 draw.
Greece and Czech Republic concluded the group on June 4th with a 4-1 win to Czech Republic with all four goals for the Czech Republic being scored by David Lafata.